North West Links Golf Tour

Ireland's North West is a destination that is loved as much for its scenery as it is for its golf. With celebrated layouts and hidden gems around every corner, this region has all the right ingredients for a top-class golfing holiday.

The shoreline here is nothing short of spectacular and provides a dramatic stage for a number of stunning links courses. There are stretches of Ireland's rocky, windswept North West Coast that feel like world's end: cut off, isolated by cliff and crag.


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Day 1: Arrive at Sligo

Arrive at Sligo for a 3-night stay.

Day 2: Golf at Donegal Golf Club (Murvagh)

Lying in the bosom of beautiful Donegal Bay and backed by the magnificent Blue Stack Mountains, Donegal Golf Links (or Murvagh Golf Club as it is also known) was designed by the master of Irish golf course architecture, Eddie Hackett.

Day 3: Golf at Enniscrone Golf Club

Make no mistake that Enniscrone deserves to be rated alongside the likes of Lahinch, Rosses Point, Connemara, Waterville and Ballybunion. It is a classic links with dramatic dune land, superb greens and breathtaking views. Enniscrone has hosted many major championships including the Irish Close Championship in 1993 and the prestigious West of Ireland Championship.

Day 4: Golf at Rosses Point (County Sligo Golf Club)

Situated on the Rosses Point peninsula, also known as County Sligo Golf Club, is one of Ireland’s great championship. Home to the West of Ireland Championships since 1923, many believe that Rosses Point offers the finest 18 holes in the country. Stay 2-nights in Westport.

Day 5: Golf at Westport Golf Club

Westport Golf Club, which played host to the 2002 Smurfit Irish P.G.A. Championship, is a magnificent 18 hole parkland course with breath taking views of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay. The Course was designed by the internationally renowned Golf architect, Fred Hawtree.

Day 6: Golf at Connemara Golf Club

Connemara was designed by renowned Irish course architect, Eddie Hackett and completed by Tom Craddock. While Connemara Golf Club may be located on one of Ireland most westerly tips, make no mistake that it is worth the trip. Like the many other great links of the west and northwest, Connemara remains a gem in part by the invigorating scenery but more likely how it offers a variety of tests to excite lovers of the links game. Stay 2-nights in Connemara.

Day 7: Play at Lahinch Golf Club

Lahinch is Ireland’s insiders favorite. This links course features a classic design that offers a great deal of variety, including two exception blind shots. Set right on the Atlantic coastline, Lahinch is exposed to the ocean through all her moods and has been moulded and shaped over the centuries by nature’s harsh elements and an occasional touch of human genius. Created by Old Tom Morris in 1892 and transformed by Alister Mackenzie in 1927.

Day 8: Depart Ireland

Transfer to the airport, say good bye to your driver or drop off your car rental and board your flight for home.


  • 7-nights’ Accommodation in deluxe hotels.
  • 6-Rounds of Championship Golf.
  • Caddies may be reserved at time of booking.
  • Guaranteed tee-times & greens fees.
  • Full Irish Breakfast daily.
  • Mini-van with unlimited mileage, VAT and CDW insurance.
  • Taxes & Service charges in Ireland.
  • Custom designed itinerary.
  • Services of our offices while travelling.


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